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Tune into the Rich Eisen Holiday Special featuring Will Ferrell, Paul Rudd, Steve Carell and David Koechner at 10:30pm ET on Tuesday, Dec. 24. Read
ESPN College Gameday host Chris Fowler joins “The Rich Eisen Podcast” on the heels of the 2013 college football season with an in-depth look ahead at the biggest storylines around the nation. Fowler joins Rich Eisen in an expanded preview featuring a discussion of No. 1 Alabama’s national title hopes and controversial Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel. Read
Subscribe to the Podcast via iTunes Rich Eisen takes part in the annual NFL.com talent mock draft, hosted by NFL Network draft guru Mike Mayock. Joining Rich on the board of general managers are Michael Irvin, Steve Mariucci, Brian Billick, … Read
Once again, we do our best to give you the best mix of the NFL and pop culture. With the second overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft and one of the writers of the hit movie “Ted” on the same show, I daresay we’ve achieved that goal.
First up, the savior-in-waiting of the Washington Redskins, RG3 phones in to the show to give us an update on his contract status, his readiness to take the reins, his comfort in the Mike Shanahan offense, his preparation for the intense pressure on the horizon and, perhaps most importantly, how in the world did he wind up on the same “30 Rock” set as Kim Kardashian the night of the NFL draft and was he aware she was looking his way?
Lastly, Alec Sulkin joins us in studio. The long-time “Family Guy” writer, Twitter star and co-author of the bawdy hit film “Ted” also happens to be a diehard Patriots fan. I’m sure all of you who saw “Ted” would be shocked to know Sulkin is from Boston and has lived and died with the Pats his whole life. We hit on several backstories concerning “Ted” and had an overall fun conversation that fans of “Family Guy” and followers of Sulkin’s popular Twitter account — @thesulk — will truly enjoy. If you’ve not been exposed to his world and humor, you’re in for a ride.
Enjoy all! Read